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Farrell Expects To Dispatch Nine
kfei To compete In Annual
Iowa Event -
RELAY TEAMTO 6E SENT
Michigan will be represented by a
small squad at the annual Drake Re-
lays which will be held this week end
at Des 'Moines. Coach Steve Farrell
has practically decided that nine of
the Wolverine trackmen will be taken
on the trip.
The Maize and Blue entries will in-
clude a single relay team, a mile
quartet, in addition to five individual
stars, wlho "will compete in the vaious,
special events of the relay meet pro-
gniam.
The cOmlpostion of th relay team
will remain uncertain until this after-
noon when trials will he held to de-
termine the makeup of the outfit. At
present only two of the five possibili-
ties, Jones and Munger, are assured
of their positions. The two remaining
places will be filled from the ranks
of Seymour, Freese, and Leonard, the
other leadng quarter milers on the
sgila.
Don Cooper and Wilfred Ketz, Mich-
igan's outstanding individual perfor-
mers in the Ohio meet, loom as cer
tain. entries .i the Drake meet. Coop';
er will compete in the 220 yard low
hurilles, while Ketz is slated to per-~
form in the hammer throw.
In addition to these stars it seems
likely that Capt. Buck Hester will be
entered in the 100 yard dash.
Michigan will be represented in the
pole vault bythe veteran Pat Prout,
who, if he happens to have of his
good days, should finish near the top
of the list. The other individual star
will probably be Felker, sophomore
find, who surpassed all expectations
Saturday by clearing 6 feet, 1 3-4
inches in the high jump to tie for third
place
WtLPCAT RELAY 'EAMS
TO COMPETE AT DRAKE
(Special to The Daily)
EIVANSTON, April 24.--Fresh from
their brilliant victories at the Kansas,
Relays last Saturday, Northwestern's
track athletes will journey to bes
Moines, this weekend to participate
in the Drake Relays. Coach Hill
plans to enter teams 1n thr9%
relay events as well as a number of
hielI events.,
The crack half and mile relay
teams which carried off first places
at Kansas will again perform in the
Drake games. A quarter mile team
will also compete. The same run-
ners who raced to victory at Lawr-
once will compose the teams in the
fOrthcoming competition. The 'mile
.teams will consist of Wilkins, Mloom-
e rg, Oorby and Walter, Hermansen
will replace Bloomberg for the half
.ile quartet while the other runners
will be the same as in the mile. The
quarter mile team- will be composed
of. Wilkins, Hermansen, Walter and
Newsom-e or Ware.

GOLFERS DRILL1 CHAMPION, ERSTWHILE CHAMPION TENNIS MATCH 'GI
TO, RUN IN ANNUAL DRAKE RELAYSTC
FOR FIRST TILT DELAYED AGAINS
Squaid Practices Daily At Barton Varsity Netmen Will Oppose Purple
Hills ,To Determine brs Team Here On Saturday
Team Wembrs -
Unplayable courts again necessitat-
With its first Conference match less %ed the postponement of what would
than two weeks away the Varsity golf -.. ,have been the inaugural of the Varsity
squad will settle down to work this jennis season today versus the D
week, holding matches at Barton - troit Tennis club. Coach Henry C.
Hills every day in order to determine s:#.Hutchins' squad will now be forced
the four men in addition to the let- to compete with Northwestern on Sat-
ter men that will make up the squad. urday without having had any prey-
The first matches will be held this ::.'ios competiton outsie of such fur-
afternoon w hen Cap tain Connor and
nished by the various members of the
Cole will nmet Schiller and Ahi stromin
Iwhile 3eigJelin and tVyse, the 'other . .
two letter men, will engage Hall and Yesterday saw the Ferry field clay
Stern. - courts in decent. enough shape to al-
Several of the new men have shown low some little practicing, but their
soe good glf for this time of theI \eyimproved to allow
~~~~~~~~cniinyear and this, in addition to the factcodtn ns.biprvdoalw
that there are four letter "men bnack ; the Varsity players to gain sufficient m
in fold as well as Waterbury, Glover F-+4practice in preparation for the Purple
and Rhodes, AMA' winners indicates-netmen.
that Michigan should have a capable ?° Coach Hutchins is now faced with
squad this season. the problem of selecting five singles
Coach Thomas C. Trueblood also players and two doubles teams from
announced that Dave Ward, former Dick Wlliams Orval 310t11 the 14 almost evenly matched con-
state amateur champion would cap- Wco will run in the half mile this Saturday at. the Drake Relays. WIl- I tenders for positions on the team.h
tain the freshman team which will be liams, of Chicago, held the Big Ten title in 1927, but lost to Martin in the Four veterans from last year's Con- ,
com'posed of Ward, Hoover, Hobart, Conterence meet this year at Iowa when the Purdue runner flashed across ference championship group are again sign
Livingston, and Hand. The first year the line in 1:56.4, eclipsing the mark formerly held by Reinke, of Michigan. eligible, as are two more AMA players. Giants
p-men will engage in practice matches - - FW.--Pittsb
~ 1x1TT~'~-~T~'N TTT~Ar~TT'Ibhue,' o
with the Varsity and reserve teams L IPSDED{ iCRES BLiiNG WEATHER CONDIT NS
throughout the season. Rave qaif FEATU R E AM E CONTINUETO jH E 'T GRID - ' QADI
.The following men have quali fled TO 1.1A * AYA A .jUIN IINUJ1 nLJ
for membership at the Ann Arbor , HU
golf club. All of these "men have-al- With many lopsided scores to tell
so qualified for the Varsity squad ex- the tade, the inter-fraternity baseball Though the weather here has been in the most approved manner.
cept the last five who as stated above games Monday were marked by the unseasonable of recent and somewhat Coach George Veenker is in charge Bee
keptthelastfiv wh as tatd abve ame 1VEondayc
weremarkd 'b theI ,_,..tin;

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Emmons=BOILERMAKERS TODAY

Purdue Loses MIaxton, Star Unrler,
Due To Injury Sustained
In Michigan Game
INDIANS ARE FAVORITES
(Special -to The Daily)
LAFAYET'TE, April 24. - Coach
Ward Lambert's Purdue baseball
nine, handicapped by the loss of Cap-
tain Maxton, star twirler, through
an injury to his hurling arm, will
meet Illinois here Wednesday in the
first o_ three home Big Ten games
carded within five days on Stuart
field.
Following the Illinois game here
the Boilermakers will stack uic-
gainst Chicago Friday afternoon as
one of the athletic features of Junior
Prommweek nd, and on Monday will
meet Minnesota in the final of the
three-game home series.
Illinois' invasion of Stuart field will
afford the Boilermakers an opportun-
ity to revenge the defeat they were
handed in the first Conference game
of the season, 5-0, although the loss of
Maxton and lack of opportunity for
outdoor work mak~es the Purdue
chances for victory sonvewhat meik-
er. Illinois earned a half-share 3n
the Conference title with Iowa last
season when Purdue finished in
fourth place and to date the former
have been journeying along in chain-
pionship stride.
With Maxton lost due to the injfi'y
in the Michigan gane, Lambert may
send Caraway, erstwhile outfielder, to
the mound in an effort to retrieve
the prestige lost by the Purdue nine
in the Illinois and Michigan games.

Vic Aldridge
o has consistently refused to
a contract with the New York
s, after being transferred from
burgh in a winter trade. Dona-
f Cincinnati, came to term on
Iay.
JTCHINS DELAYS
ESHMAN CAL L
ause of the unfavorable condi-
of the courts .resulting from
the call for freshman tennis
iates will be delayed another
according to Coach Henry C.
bins whose time is being monop-
by the supervision of the Vars-
quad.

will comprise the freshman team.,
B16 TEN GRID LEADERS
TO ENCOUNTER CADETS
With the announcement that Illi-
nois and the Army will meet on the
gridiron in a home and home agree-
n.ent in 1929 and 1930, another annual
intersectional classic can be anticipat-
ed, com-parable to the Army-Notre
Dame and the Michigan-Navy cozy-
tests among, others. The 1929 game
will be played in the Illinois stadium
at Urbana, while in 1930 Coach Rob-
ert Zuppke'sr squad will journey East,
the spectacle to be staged either at
West Point. or New York City.
It is thought that the scheduling of
the Illini by the Army came as a re-
sult of the rupture of athletic rela-
tions with the Navy last January.
This will give the Army another wes-
tern opponent, as Notre Dame has
appeared annually on the Cadets'
grid card for several years.
The last football game between the.
Army and a Big Ten team was ,in
1903, when the Cadets defeated Chi-
cago. Illinois played an eastern
team last in 1926 when "Frosty"
Peter's field goal gave the Indians a
3-0 victory over Pennsylvania.
KALAMAZOO. - Western S t a t e
Teachers college will endeavor to de-
fend the two-mile college relay title
won in the Ohio relays last year.
~thls Page EdIted
BY
CLAR EDFLSON, '29

slugging abilities of the winning
teams. Triangle was sm-othered by
Delta Sigma Phi by- a score of 27 to
0; phi Epsilon Pi fared little better
in the contest with Alpha Tau Omega,
which the latter won by 22-5; Alpha
Phi Delta blanked Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon 9 to 0; Phi Rho Sigma defeated
Phi Mu Delta 13 to 5; Delta Alpha
Epsilon took down Alpha Chi Rho
rather handily, 15 to 7; Zeta Beta!
Tau won over Omega Psi Phi 15 to
4; and Alpha Kappa Lam'da defeated,
Kappa Delta Rho 18 to 3.
Outstanding teams which had met
with no defeats up to and including
the Monday games are Phi Kappa
Sigma, Chi Phi, Delta Upsilon, Delta
Tau Delta, Phi Sigma Delta, Sigma
Alpha Mu, Phi Rho Sigma, Kappa Nu,
Tau Epsilon Phi, and Tau- Kappa Ep-
silon. No games have been forfeited.
PAYNE (4AVUZZI TIE
(By Associated Press)
ROLLA, Mo., April 24.-- Andrew
'. aynet retained his 36-minutq lead
over Peter Gavuzzi, in the transcon-
tinental foot race when they tied in
today's jog.

autumnal-nay! even wintry-in its
aspects, it is ideally suitable for the?
candidates for the 1928 Michigan
football tean at present engaged
daily in spring practice drills.
Coach Elton E. Wieman, general-
issimo of the Wolverine coaching
staff, took advantage of the prevail-
ing weather conditions and sent the
large squad through another strenu-
ous drill yesterday afternoon on the
south Ferry field practice plot.
Yesterday's ractice was devoted
exclusively to departmental phases of
the game. Blocking, tackling, charg-
ing, and passing and receiving of the
,>val were the phases stressed by the
coaches in the drill.
-Coach Franklin Cappon, who recent-
ly rejoined the Michigan coaching.
staff after spending two years as
head coach at the University of Kan-
sas and himself a star lineman and
fullback here several years ago, led
the drill in blocking. Cappon has a
unique way of instructing his charges,
for when words fail, he himself shows
the men how the task is performed

of the ends or the most part, while
Coach Clifford Keen has the other
linemen under liis supervision. Coach
Ray Courtwright has charge of Ihe
host of backfield candidates.a
While there have not been any in-
tensive efforts on the part of the
coaching staff to test the candidates,
there have been some that have been
showing more than ordinary ability
already. Simrall and Holmes, mem-
bers of the last year's freshman elev-
en, have been showing ability to
throw passes, while Truskowski, Var-
sity ceilter two seasons ago but a
candidate for an end position this
year, has been performing well on
the receiving end. Among the back-
field aspirants, Gembis, Geistert, and
McBride have been showing up in
fine style.
LAYTON LEADS HOPPE
CHICAGO, April 24.-Johnnie Lay-
ton, national three cushion billiard
champion, today won the third block
of his 600-point match with Willie
Hoppe, to take the lead 150-145.

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